Rybakina confidently beat the world’s first racket and reached the final of the tournament at Indian Wells 08:05

In the semi-finals of the tournament held in Indian Wells (USA), Kazakhstan representative Elena Rybakina beat the world’s first racket Iga Sventek with the scores of 6:2, 6:2.

The duration of the interview was 1 hour 17 minutes. Rybakina took seven hits, made two double mistakes and transformed all five possible breaking points. Sventek made an ace, made two double faults and converted one of four breakpoints won.

Rybakina will face Belarusian representative Arina Sobolenko in the final. In her match, she defeated the Greek Maria Sakkari 6:2, 6:3.

It is worth noting that at the end of January, Rybakina and Sobolenko faced off in the final of the Australian Open (Australian Open). Then the Belarusian won with the scores of 4:6, 6:3, 6:4. This is the first Grand Slam title for the Belarusian tennis player.

The semi-finals of the Indian Wells men’s tournament will be played today and tomorrow. On March 18, Daniil Medvedev will play Francos Tiafoe from the USA. On March 19, Spaniard Carlos Alcaras will face Italy’s Yannick Sinner.

Formerly Shamil Tarpishchev He talked about Anastasia Potapova’s penalty for playing for Spartak in the Indian Wells tournament..



Source: Gazeta

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